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by Purple Crow

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Sonologyst Out of schemes, like everything by Purple Crow. Supported by Unexplained Sounds Group.
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Ambient noise punk (professional self-mockery).

This album features multiple cassette machines and an old reel to reel tape machine endlessly droning together at different speeds flooded with random almost recognizable samples with some additional radio static. The only quick edits before initial release after these two live private performances were the first and last 7 seconds.

Everything about this series is a mistake or intentional mangling of sound and or live private performance pieces. Each track or album was a unique happening which involved many random variables that were barely controlled using the worst audio techniques and broken or failing equipment possible.

Equipment: Broken cassette tape machines, toy sampling keyboard, found objects, bad editing, failing devices, abandoned sounds, misused instruments, irrational behavior.

EAR11SEE originally began in 1984 to 1986. Those original cassettes are long vanished. Reborn in 1992 to 1996, some of these cassettes somehow managed to survive. These are those horrible sounds, remastered.

Further ridiculous sounds may be released as they are rediscovered.

Use your worst criticism while listening to the most irrelevant torture imaginable.


released January 1, 1994




Purple Crow Vancouver, British Columbia

Dark, Electroacoustic, Experimental, Drone, Noise, Phonography, Soundscape, Surrealism, Voice, Ambient.

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